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Hinderer, Matthias and Kastowski, M. and Kamelger, A. and Bartolini, C. and Schlunegger, Fritz (2013):
River loads and modern denudation of the Alps - a review.
In: Earth-Science Reviews, Elsevier, pp. 11-44, 118, [Online-Edition: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012825213...],
[Article]

Franke, D. and Hornung, Jens and Schlunegger, Fritz and Hinderer, Matthias (2010):
Subsurface characterization of sedimentological structures at the Illgraben Fan (Alps, Switzerland) with ground-penetrating radar investigation.
Potsdam, In: Sediment 2010, Potsdam, 25. - 27.06.2010, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Schlunegger, Fritz and Hinderer, Matthias (2003):
Pleistocene/Holocene climate change, re-establishment of fluvial drainage network and increase in relief in the Swiss Alps.
In: Terra nova, pp. 88-95, 15, [Article]

Schlunegger, Fritz and Hinderer, Matthias (2002):
Crustal uplift in the Alps : why the drainage pattern matters.
In: European Geophysical Society: XXVII General Assembly, Nice, France, 21-26 April, 2002; abstracts, Nizza, Frankreich, 21. - 26.04.2002, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Schlunegger, Fritz and Simpson, G. and Hinderer, Matthias (2002):
Drainage basin geometry, erosional efficiency and potential effects on rock uplift.
In: Swiss Academy of Natural Sciences: Annual meeting ... 19.-20. September 2002; Workshop Erosion and Orogeny; abstracts, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Hinderer, Matthias and Schlunegger, Fritz (2002):
Koppelung von Krustenhebung, Sedimentexport und Entwässerungssystem am Beispiel der Schweizer Alpen.
In: Sediment 2002, Darmstadt/Frankfurt, 2002, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Schlunegger, Fritz and Hinderer, Matthias (2001):
Crustal uplift of the Alps: why the drainage pattern matters.
In: Terra nova, pp. 425-432, 13, [Article]

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